Manicures that look like you’ve dipped your hands in a saucer of milk are trending! Yes, milky nails are the newest trend to hit the winter 2020 beauty scene and are every minimalists’ dream. Also, sometimes you just want to rock a chic shape or length, without a vibrant colour taking all the attention. It might not seem like it, but milky manicures can be customised in many different ways. It even adapts to glitter pretty well. Here are some trendy ways you can wear milky nails this winter...
01. Milky & French
Image courtesy: @nailed.byrose
This glossy milk-gel nail art comes with a Parisian update that combines the classic French manicure tip with sleek coffin nails — we are loving this look. The draped tips are a subtle little detail that only your fellow nail enthusiast BFFs will be able to spot and compliment you on.
02. Soft milk
Image courtesy: @clw_nailartist
Simple, sweet and reminiscent of a cool glass of milk — this manicure moment is absolutely adorable. This manicure is perfect for short, buffed nails and will replace all of the vibrant polishes in your collection… wanna bet?
03. Oat milk nails
Image courtesy: @nailjob
Created by combining natural sheer nails with gel extensions (instead of clear ones), oat milk nails give you an insight into what perfectly healthy, natural long nails look like. But, instead of having to painstakingly grow it out, you can get it done at just about any nail bar — just take a screenshot of this for your appointment.
04. Strawberry milk
Image courtesy: @nailartistrymelbourne
Milky manicures don’t always have to be clear or white — you can also include flavoured milk tints to them. And the drink of choice for the season is cute and blushed, strawberry milk — a colour you can pair with just about all of your winter separates!
05. Almond milk
Image courtesy: @shomi.nails
You can ask your nail tech for a nude or off-white manicure to get this yummy almond milk manicure. They also make for such a pretty base to get designs painted on. This gold leaf moment being proof of how adorable it can look!
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